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Net Lehenga

Net fabric is an open fabric, which is created by connecting the intersections in a woven, knitted, or crocheted construction to form a mesh. The Lehanga is a close cousin of the Gagra Choli except that a longer tunic reaching the waist is worn on top of the long skirt instead of the shorter 'Choli'. The 'Indian Lehnga' too is opulently embellished and often holds pride of place in a bride's trousseau. Net lehanga is one of the latest trends in wedding outfit or bridal outfit. A net lehenga comes on top in Indian lehnga catalogue, also known as jaal work, is in hot demand in terms of fashion. Net fabric is an open fabric, which is created by connecting the intersections in a woven, knitted, or crocheted construction to form a mesh - like appearance that won't ravel. End - uses include veil, curtains, and fish nets Net lehngas are also prevalent with embroidery work. An Indian lehenga in thick border of seep and zardozi work with fine net fabric of magenta colour gives a boom in personality. Stylish net lehenga choli of deep rust colour lehenga with fine and colored zardozi work on net fabric gives a bright look in personality. Sea green net lehenga choli with descent motif of Dabka work from light weighted rich quality will enhance your beauty. Net fabric maroon colour Net lehenga choli in stylish kalidaar look with jerkin touch and sequins is very appropriate for occasions. Emerald - Green Net Lehenga, Choli and Odhni Embellished with Intricate Handcrafted Gold & Silver Zardozi work is yet another magnificent costume for all occasions. Women can feel elegance and grace in a three - piece mauve colored satin and net gagra choli. The look of satin and net combined with rich Zari work like dabka, resham, sequins and beads is really something different and classy. Beautiful designs of laal ghagra work worn by bollywood's actresses reveals the trend of this women attire / women fashion. For example, Kareena Kapoor and Rani Mukherjee wore some antique net lehengas in the movie "Mujhse Dosti Karoge". Bharatplaza is the best shop for latest gagra choli collection of exclusive net lehenga, Indian lehnga with embroidery for party wear, lal ghagra for wedding and marriages, chaniya cholis for festivals and much more.

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